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Andrea & Karen - The sky is the limit!

Andrea has recently been diagnosed with MND. for Motor Neurone Disease Association because currently there's no cure lets help change this.

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Motor Neurone Disease Association

We fund care, campaigning and research to achieve a world free from MND

Charity Registration No. 294354


Andrea is a well-known PCSO in the Cotswolds, her boundless enthusiasm and high levels of motivation inspire her colleagues of all ranks to try and be as good as she is.

Andrea has recently been diagnosed with MND.  This is devastating news for Andrea, her family, police family and friends and the community she serves so diligently.

MND is life-shortening and there is no cure.  In Andreas case the disease is progressing rapidly and already having a major impact on her life and simple daily life tasks are becoming increasingly challenging for her.   

A local Cotswold company in Rendcomb, AeroSuperBatics, has presented Andrea with an opportunity to complete a Wing walk.  Andrea, maintaining her ethos of the sky is the limit, has accepted this challenge!

Not content with doing this on her own she has invited her boss, Insp Karen Ellis, to also take to the sky.  In order to make it even more terrifying she will be doing a loop the loop!


Time is of the essence for Andréa so the event will take place at 3pm on Wednesday the 18th July - not much time to contemplate your donation, please support this worthwhile cause and feel free to come and watch.

Thank you, Andrea and Karen.  

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